This page describes the legal terms on which we collect, use and retain your details relating to the usage of this site and future publications.
To ensure everything is covered and understood, we have had to have this drawn up by our solicitors so therefor it is fairly long and detailed, as it has to be.
However, the sentiment behind this statement is that;
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to you for trusting that we will do everything in our power to keep your details safe and secure.
PERSONAL DATA RETENTION POLICY
This Policy’s purpose is to ensure that personal data is not retained for longer than allowed by applicable data protection laws (‘DP Laws’) and contracts or other interactions with stakeholders (including employees, customers, suppliers, partners, regulators and investors).
This policy applies to all personal data processed by Michael Yiakoumi and, as appropriate, those acting on its behalf.
In this policy, we use definitions from the GDPR unless otherwise stated.
Where Michael Yiakoumi is legally obliged to retain personal data for a specified minimum or maximum period by law, regulation, court order or otherwise, Michael Yiakoumi shall retain the required personal data for that minimum or maximum period.
Subject to the above, Michael Yiakoumi shall retain personal data as long as is necessary for the purpose for which the personal data was collected, subject to the valid exercise of any data subject right, including to withdraw consent (and there is no other legal basis to process the personal data), to object to processing, to require restriction of processing or erasure of the personal data, and there is no ground on which to refuse the exercise of such right.
We currently collect and process the following information:
Unless there is a Legal Hold on the personal data, at the end of the retention period for particular personal data, that personal data shall be anonymised or securely deleted or destroyed under our Information Deletion & Destruction Policy. Where there is a Legal Hold on the personal data, it shall be retained for the duration of the Legal Hold and then, unless there is a valid, applicable retention period, be anonymised or securely deleted or destroyed under our Information Deletion & Destruction Policy
Michael Yiakoumi as ‘controller’ and ‘processor’
A person cannot be the controller and processor of the same personal data for the same purpose as the controller determines the purposes and means of processing (the ‘why’ and ‘how’) and the processor only processes on the controller’s behalf.
While, in all cases, processing must be in accordance with applicable DP Laws:
Approved Codes of Conduct & Certifications
The GDPR allows for approval of codes of conduct (Article 40) and certification mechanisms (Article 42). Adherence to an approved code or certification mechanism may be used as an element by which to demonstrate compliance with various requirements in the GDPR. If necessary or appropriate, Michael Yiakoumi will review such codes and certification mechanisms for relevance and fit for our operations.
If you become aware of a breach of this policy, you must report it promptly to the Privacy Officer at
Our contact details
Name: Michael Yiakoumi Cypriot Whos Who
Address:111 St Thomas’s Road, London N4 2QJ
Phone Number: 07958 207412
The Privacy Officer is responsible for maintaining this policy and related training and awareness programs.